Mathematical Proof List Building Creates More Profit Than Selling Initially Part VI
So January you would have 300 subscribers those converting at 3 and a 3rd percent with a 50 dollar product would be 500 dollars in revenue, the second month would be 600 subscribers those would convert at 3% and again this is an example where the first few months tend to be higher, so it could be a little higher, and then i have made this a six-month progression in it, so i am hitting 2% by the fourth month.
Generally, you do not drop to that 2% until like 6 to 9th month and then it levels off so I am really kind to make this as conservative as possible so the third month you would have 900 subscribers. I am estimating 2-1/2% conversion rate. In real life if you doing things right that number should be higher and then in April I am showing 2%. In reality, you should not go drop as low as 2% for some time you know, six to nine months, and then at some point at a level out of 2% having mine leveled out after right six to nine months and right now seventeen months later I am still at 2%. Could that drop in the future?.
Of course, it could and you know, but it has been really constant at 2% for a long period of time and obviously for anybody starting out if he will get through the first two years at 2% , then that is good.
The thing is, if at this point you are struggling visualizing this, I recommend you go back to part I, at the beginning, then literally draw this entire picture out, or use a spreadsheet and plug these numbers in – then it will become real clear.